Family Support Specialist


Employment Type: Full-Time Direct Hire Category: Case Management Job Number: 5553

Job Description

At Psychpros, we are passionate about relationships. Lead by our passion to help expand access to mental health, while helping our clients and candidates find an authentic and genuine connections in the workplace, we aim to help everyone we connect with reach their goals and find the right work-life combination so they can provide excellent care to those who need it most. 
Psychpros is a nationally recognized staffing and recruiting firm dedicated to behavioral healthcare.  We are partnering with a Christian faith-based agency to connect with candidates interested in helping children and families in reunification, adoption, and independent living.  Few jobs offer the satisfaction and gratification that come from doing work that improves the lives of vulnerable children and families. 
Required for this position is a bachelor’s degree in social work or similar field, 2 to 5 years in a similar field, and a valid divers license.  
This opportunity provides for a strong compensation package, with a competitive salary, outstanding benefits, as well as professional and personal development. 
Some Basic Responsibilities include:
  • Under the periodic guidance of the Clinical Supervisor, develop conceptualization for each assigned case (in conjunction with the treatment team)
  • Attend and represent White’s at review hearings as well as child and family team meetings; make objective recommendations to the court and the team
  • Develop an individualized treatment plan for each assigned child/family in consultation with placing agency worker, program manager, and clinical supervisor
  • Pursue case goals utilizing various resources:  community supports, resource family life, supplemental counseling, psychiatric services, therapeutic activities, etc.
  • Regularly evaluate child/family progress and periodically meet with treatment team to review cases
  • Advocate for child and family’s needs and best interests by assisting in the identification of service gaps and community resources to meet identified needs
  • Maintain appropriate and required documentation consistent with accreditation and Department of Child Services treatment standards:  Individual Treatment Plan, Monthly Progress Report, Closing Summary, case notes, outcome measures, etc.
  • Keep placing agency workers informed about family and child’s progress, major crises, etc.
If you or someone you know may be interested in hearing more about this opportunity or any opportunities we offer, we would love to speak with you.


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